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Preload Assembly

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
Hello,

afaik every referenced assembly is loaded on demand (delayed load).
I would like to preload all assemblies to avoid delays during runtime.
I've checked Assembly.GetReferencedAssemblies(), but the method retuns only the currently loaded/required assemblies. If i use other libraries later, they will be loaded then.

What i could do is browse the application directory for assemblies and laod those, but i am looking for a more generic way, preferly based on the meta informations of the executing/entry assembly.

Any suggestions?


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